Welcome to the Learning Platform of the IAEA's international School of Drafting Regulations (SDR):
The international School of Drafting Safety Regulations (hereinafter stated as School) is aimed at assisting Member States with the drafting and revision of their countries’ national regulations on safety. This is the virtual learning platform of the School of Drafting Regulations on CLP4NET platform. The School combines face-to-face facilitation workshop with the online learning to help experts worldwide build skills and competence in drafting regulations.
The School offers differentiated training programs. It has five standard programme for each major safety areas:
- Radiation Safety
- Nuclear Safety
- Waste Safety
- Transport Safety
- Emergency Preparedness and Response
In addition, the School has extended programs, combining a safety programme with another area. Currently there is only one extended programme:
- Combined Radiation Safety and Security of Radioactive Material.
In the future additional extended programs may be added.
The courses provide professional guidance and include drafting sessions facilitated by experts, peer discussions and practical exercises to prepare participants for developing and implementing regulations in their countries. At the end of the School, participants are expected to have gained sufficient knowledge and expertise to enable them to ensure regulations are properly framed in the future, always within national legislative framework and in line with IAEA safety standards for the standard programs and with other IAEA publications for combined programs, and international best practices.
The Peaceful Uses Initiative project International Virtual School of Drafting Safety Regulations has supported the construction of this virtual platform.
Note: Please log in to the CLP4NET platform with your IAEA nucleus account by clicking log in on the top right corner of this window. If you are already signed in, please click on the dropdowns below to choose the respective safety school programme.